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Formatting test questions

  • 29 December 2022
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Docebo numbers your test questions in a <#>) format with a font size of 12. 

Is there a way to change the font size or the numbering format? 

I would prefer 14 pt with a <#>. format. 


Best answer by gstager 30 December 2022, 15:52

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You probably could do it with CSS. Tagging our resident expert @gstager 

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I think we can resize this easily enough but replacing the ) with a . would be the obstacle.

In my platform - it looked as though it was at a 14 for font-size already.

I personally thought a bump to 16 was not much of a distinction so I went with 18 and
increased the font-weight to 700 but you can tinker however you desire.

/** Modify the numbering system for quiz questions **/
/** Adjust values as desired **/

.question-block .numbering {
font-weight: 700;
font-size: 18px;


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thanks @gstager !!

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Adding on here.  We updated some of our test questions, and now the font is different for those changes.  However i can’t see the difference in the font in the question bank, it’s only when a user is taking the assessment.  Can i use CSS to override all the font used in the questions? and does anyone know what that would look like?


I appreciate the help.